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Jason Markusoff asks: Why did the premier ignore the majority of his province's voters? (Shortly after this was published, Kenney announced COVID restrictions and vaccine passports.) macleans.ca/opinion/what-j…
After calling a snap election halfway through his term, Trudeau has managed to clinch another minority government. Here's what his government has promised Canadians. macleans.ca/news/canada-el…
A province-by-province guide to obtaining proof of vaccination, when you'll be asked for it and who is exempt macleans.ca/society/health…
Stephen Maher: Elections allow us to get a better read on what the public wants. And the results—and where the parties moved—point to a clear trend. macleans.ca/opinion/canada…
The pandemic turned restaurants into grocery stores. Now that in-person dining is back, the industry could be forever changed, writes @coreymintz. macleans.ca/society/life/c…
Pam Palmater: The election result is yet another sign that Canada is becoming fertile ground for far-right groups macleans.ca/opinion/the-pp…
The federal Tory leader cannot be feeling kindly toward Jason Kenney. And certainly not toward Maxime Bernier. macleans.ca/politics/the-t…
Politics Insider for Sept. 24, 2021: An effort to oust O'Toole begins; Liberals bet big on Facebook; cabinet speculation macleans.ca/politics/whos-…
Paul Wells on this week's election result: Justin Trudeau's problems now are the problems of power. And they are fantastic problems compared to the ones Erin O'Toole will face. macleans.ca/politics/ottaw…
Jen Gerson: Let Justin Trudeau and the Liberals eat every morsel of cake coming to them, because time and circumstances are finally on your side. macleans.ca/opinion/cheer-…
Shannon Proudfoot on this week's election result: In the end, the voters sighed and rolled their eyes, giving Justin Trudeau begrudging permission to keep doing what he had been doing, but no more macleans.ca/politics/ottaw…
Vina Nadjibulla and other family members have been waging a seemingly impossible fight to free her husband, Michael Kovrig, from a Chinese prison. After two torturous years, what does Canada owe ‘the two Michaels’? macleans.ca/news/michael-k…
Three years after Meng Wanzhou's arrest, she has reached a deferred prosecution agreement with the U.S. Justice Department that will allow her to return to China. How did it all begin? Our February 2019 cover story: macleans.ca/news/canada/hu…
The pandemic turned restaurants into grocery stores. Now that in-person dining is back, the industry could be forever changed, writes @coreymintz. macleans.ca/society/life/c…
Politics Insider for Sept. 24, 2021: An effort to oust O'Toole begins; Liberals bet big on Facebook; cabinet speculation macleans.ca/politics/whos-…
Image of the Week: Germany's unflappable, long-serving chancellor departs the political stage with a rare show of vulnerability macleans.ca/politics/world…
Edmonton doctor Darren Markland describes ventilating people unlikely to survive, intubating friends and separating patients with different variants to try to prevent a new one. (From April 2021) macleans.ca/society/health…
There are three options. First-come, first-served, a lottery system, and thirdly, triage protocol. Here is what the Canadian Critical Care Society recommends. macleans.ca/opinion/when-i…
The pandemic turned restaurants into grocery stores. Now that in-person dining is back, the industry could be forever changed, writes @coreymintz. macleans.ca/society/life/c…
Politics Insider for Sept. 24, 2021: An effort to oust O'Toole begins; Liberals bet big on Facebook; cabinet speculation macleans.ca/politics/whos-…
An NSCC team participated in a six-month-long data analytics competition, illustrating the growing value of students connecting with employers—and vice versa—prior to graduation macleans.ca/education/how-…
Paul Wells: How did the West get things so terribly wrong in Afghanistan? macleans.ca/news/world/in-…
Students at Nunavut Sivuniksavut, an accredited college program, take courses in Inuit history, Inuit-government relations, Inuktut and more. It’s an immersive education—and a community. macleans.ca/education/insi…
Letters to the editor, September 23, 2021: Readers weigh in on reckoning for the abuse in residential schools, taxes on sweet beverages, forgiving Jaskirat Sidhu and more macleans.ca/opinion/where-…
The compassion you’ve shown as a frontline worker during the pandemic, writes Kelsey Adams to her grandmother, is what society needs to rebuild macleans.ca/opinion/dear-g…
Politics Insider for Sept. 23, 2021 by @stphmaher: The UCP is not united; the Tories toy with a bad idea; and the ballot counting continues macleans.ca/politics/jason…
If you supervise your husband like one of your kids, you’ve got problems. (From the archive) macleans.ca/society/life/m…
How one man’s efforts to build inroads with northern communities helped uncover the second of Sir John Franklin’s doomed ships (From 2016) macleans.ca/news/canada/ho…
You are getting very sleepy...or you certainly will be if you follow these sleep tips. (From the archive) macleans.ca/society/health…
French immersion—meant to inspire national unity—has turned into an elitist, divisive and deeply troubled system. (From the archive) macleans.ca/education/just…
“I’ve lived it and seen it. Hell, if betrayal kills love, then love is too fragile to exist in the real world. Because the world is made up of imperfect people who make mistakes.” (From the archive) macleans.ca/society/life/h…
An NSCC team participated in a six-month-long data analytics competition, illustrating the growing value of students connecting with employers—and vice versa—prior to graduation macleans.ca/education/how-…
Students at Nunavut Sivuniksavut, an accredited college program, take courses in Inuit history, Inuit-government relations, Inuktut and more. It’s an immersive education—and a community. macleans.ca/education/insi…
The election result is yet another sign that Canada is becoming fertile ground for far-right groups, writes Pam Palmater #cdnpoli macleans.ca/opinion/the-pp…
How the messy trio of fries, cheese curds and gravy has gone from a quirky, one-off combo to a cross-Canada culinary mainstay. (From the archive) macleans.ca/society/the-hi…
Politics Insider for Sept. 23, 2021 by @stphmaher: The UCP is not united; the Tories toy with a bad idea; and the ballot counting continues macleans.ca/politics/jason…
The election result is yet another sign that Canada is becoming fertile ground for far-right groups, writes Pam Palmater #cdnpoli macleans.ca/opinion/the-pp…
The election result is yet another sign that Canada is becoming fertile ground for far-right groups, writes Pam Palmater #elxn44 #cdnpoli macleans.ca/opinion/the-pp…
The compassion you’ve shown as a frontline worker during the pandemic, writes Kelsey Adams to her grandmother, is what society needs to rebuild macleans.ca/opinion/dear-g…
Letters to the editor, September 23, 2021: Readers weigh in on reckoning for the abuse in residential schools, taxes on sweet beverages, forgiving Jaskirat Sidhu and more macleans.ca/opinion/where-…
Esi Edugyan is a two-time Giller winner for 'Half-Blood Blues' and 'Washington Black.' She's a public intellectual. She's not a nutritionist. What else do you want to know? #MasseyLectures macleans.ca/culture/books/…
Paul Wells: How did the West get things so terribly wrong in Afghanistan? macleans.ca/news/world/in-…
The magnitude of COVID-19's impact on Canadians' lives is difficult to fathom. Canada has already lost more than 27,000 people to the pandemic. These obituaries try to capture the richness of each life lost: macleans.ca/they-were-love…
Jesse Wente spoke with @Niigaanwewidam on his memoir, Unreconciled, and why he's arguing for narrative sovereignty in Indigenous arts macleans.ca/news/canada/in…
Jen Gerson: Let Justin Trudeau and the Liberals eat every morsel of cake coming to them, because time and circumstances are finally on your side. macleans.ca/opinion/cheer-…
Opinion: Justin Trudeau’s Liberals have been given a third term by Canadians, and with it, the mandate to continue pushing forward their current climate policy. macleans.ca/opinion/its-ti…
Politics Insider for Sept. 23, 2021 by @stphmaher: The UCP is not united; the Tories toy with a bad idea; and the ballot counting continues macleans.ca/politics/jason…
Politics Insider for Sept. 23, 2021: The UCP is not united; the Tories toy with a bad idea; and the ballot counting continues macleans.ca/politics/jason…
Politics Insider for Sept. 22, 2021 from @stphnmaher: The health minister is out in Alberta; questions about Trudeau and O'Toole; the new kids on Parliament Hill #cdnpoli #abpoli macleans.ca/politics/a-sha…
Esi Edugyan is a two-time Giller winner for 'Half-Blood Blues' and 'Washington Black.' She's a public intellectual. She's not a nutritionist. What else do you want to know? By @ianwillwrite macleans.ca/culture/books/…
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